Margao: According to Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, the state would maintain a continuous schedule of events to provide the IT community in the state the exposure it needs. By 2030, Goa hopes to rank among the top 25 startup hubs in the globe.
Goa has the most promising IT and Startup Policy, according to Sawant, who was speaking at the first Goa IT Developers Summit, which was held in Margao and was organised by the Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) in partnership with the Goa government. This has resulted in a significant increase in employment opportunities.
With assistance from the Startup Policy and government funds, you can anticipate starting a tech business. The Goa government has a vibrant team that works relentlessly to support entrepreneurs in Goa, supported by the SPC, Startup Promotion Cell, he said.
There is a lot of room for growth in Goa for IT-related professions, particularly in Full Stack Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Mobile Applications, and Blockchain, continued Sawant. We want Goa to be a leader in information technology, thus we want you to realise the opportunity that exists in this industry.